Congestion pricing — once seen as the single most important linchpin to the future of MTA capital funding — feels like it's just a shrug to New York's elected leadership.
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Pedestrianization at Union Square gains impetus from a business-improvement district — not the DOT.
A City Council candidate details his vision for a borough in which deaths aren’t "sanctioned, dismissed, or accepted if the perpetrator is operating a vehicle."
The average Uber or Lyft customer is responsible for adding more than twice as many car miles to his city's roads as he was before he started using app-taxis to get around.
New president, same old calls for the federal government to get out of the way and let New York State implement congestion pricing already.